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7-Day Brain Boost Plan
     Memory Foundation
Title : 7-Day Brain Boost Plan
Author : Gillian Eadie & Dr. Allison Lamont
Publisher : Memory Foundation
Country : New Zealand
Language : English
ISBN/ISSN : 978-0-473-29723-7
Published year : 2015
Number of pages : 160
Book subject : life-style/ health/parenting
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Presentation Data English:
Memory changes happen to all of us. The good news from neuroscience is that for most of us, occasional forgetting is most likely not dementia. But it is a wake-up call. A reminder that the brain needs exercise and challenges just as much as the rest of the body. That’s why you need 7-Day Brain Boost Plan.

The 7-Day Brain Boost Plan helps you care for your mind, as well as your body, in a dynamic and ever-changing world. It offers well-researched and practical advice for eating well, brain exercises and attitudes, which, if followed, will enhance the pleasures that accompany a healthy lifestyle.

A step-by-step plan developed by Dr Allison Lamont and Gillian Eadie:
- No long scientific explanations
- No complicated instructions

Each day for 7 days:
- You'll know what to do and when
- You'll know the best kinds of exercise
- You'll know what to eat and when
- Best of all, you'll have the brain challenges you need each day.

The 7-Day Brain Boost Plan is fun to do, easy to follow AND IT WORKS.

Author's Profile:
In 2008, Dr Allison Lamont published her ground-breaking research into age-related memory loss (available, Amazon). World-wide interest in her findings led her to address conferences in Atlanta, Edinburgh and New Zealand. She identified six key areas of memory skill that were pivotal in maintaining a confident, active and independent lifestyle throughout life and it is these skills that are the focus of the books, neurogames and training courses. Dr. Lamont is a counselor and conducts the Auckland Memory Clinic

Gillian Eadie, Dr. Lamont’s sister, is whose career includes speech pathology, teaching at all compulsory levels and 20 years as a school principal in prestigious independent schools. She established the Memory Foundation with Dr. Lamont and brought her expert skills in teaching and learning to the creation of the brain tools available today. Gillian is now with The University of Auckland and chaired the Human Participants Ethics Committee for 2.5 years.

Jeanie, their mother, had Alzheimer’s. After feeling the devastating impact Alzheimer’s had on their own family, Gillian and Allison determined to urge people in their 50s and 60s (when brain skills are still intact) to build a buffer of new brain connections to protect them against memory loss later in life.